Auction: Monday 1st February 2021, 5pm

Viewing: Saturday 30th January, 9am to noon
Viewing: Monday 1st February, noon to 4.30pm

On 1 February we are holding a silver sale in the evening at 5pm. It includes a collection of Goblets, a rare Tobacco box and a rare George III Tea caddy. Online bidding in this auction attracts a 3% online bidding fee in addition to our 20.9% Buyers' Premium. Alternatively, leave an Absentee Bid at www.rkta.com.au/buying/absentee-bid/. This does not attract an online bidding fee.

1

AN EDWARD VII STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

AN EDWARD VII STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with lion engraving and Tudor Rose, Joseph Rodgers & Sons Sheffield 1905. Weight 169 grams.

2

A GEORGIAN SALVER

Estimate 800 - 1200

A GEORGIAN SALVER, the border well decorated, scroll motif interspersed by shells border, raised on tripod feet, Hunter Family crest in centre engraved ‘Vigilantia Robur Voluptas’, Dorothy Mills London 1753. Diameter 16.5cm. Weight 200 grams.

3

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SERVERS

Estimate 120 - 200

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SERVERS, embossed design, Hilliard & Thomason, Birmingham 1848. Weight 310 grams.

4

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, gilt finished, engraved ‘SRW from JRW 1872’ to front, Henry Wilkinson & Co Sheffield 1870. Weight 114 grams.

5

SIX WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS

Estimate 140 - 220

SIX WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS, fiddle pattern, monogrammed ‘G’ on handle, John, Henry & Charles Lias, London 1834. Weight 184 grams.

6

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS

Estimate 180 - 250

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER ASPARAGUS TONGS. William Hutton & Sons Ltd , London 1884. Weight 121 grams.

7

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PAIR OF OPEN SALTS

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PAIR OF OPEN SALTS, with blue glass liner (some damage), possibly by John Evans II, London 1849. The spoons by Henry Matthews, Birmingham 1899. Weight 205 grams.

8

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TWO PIECE SET

Estimate 80 - 150

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TWO PIECE SET, sugar basin and milk jug, Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1898. Weight 323 grams.

9

A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER WAITER

Estimate 280 - 350

A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER WAITER, circular shaped, ‘Chippendale’ border, raised on tripod feet, Pairpoint Brothers, London 1910. Diameter 14.5cm. Weight 178 grams.

10

A STERLING SILVER AND GILT COMMEMORATIVE BOWL

Estimate 500 - 700

A STERLING SILVER AND GILT COMMEMORATIVE BOWL, to commemorate the 25th Wedding Anniversary of HM The Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Asprey & Co, London, 1972. Diameter 20cm. Weight 432 grams. Boxed.

11

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD

Estimate 200 - 400

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD, inscribed ‘R.K.D 1.7.04’ on front, Thomas Bradbury & Sons , London 1902. Weight 400 grams.

11A

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER DRINK COOLERS

Estimate 5500 - 8500

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER DRINK COOLERS, circular shaped, raised on stepped foot, embossed foliate and roses decoration. William Comyns & Sons, London 1903. Diameter 27.5cm. Height 19cm. Weight 3,837 grams.

12

A STERLING SILVER AND GILT COMMEMORATIVE LIDDED BOWL AND SPOON

Estimate 600 - 800

A STERLING SILVER AND GILT COMMEMORATIVE LIDDED BOWL AND SPOON, number 52. To commemorate the 25th Wedding Anniversary of HM the Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. Asprey & Co, London, 1972. Weight 463 grams.

13

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with inscription ‘Presented to Jacob Backhonse by JT Walker’, Hilliard & Thomason Birmingham 1882. Weight 90 grams.

14

AN EARLY 17th CENTURY STERLING SILVER TOBACCO BOX

Estimate 6500 - 8500

AN EARLY 17th CENTURY STERLING SILVER TOBACCO BOX, oval, the hinged lid engraved with Charles I coronation, otherwise plain. The base prick work with ‘IH 1625’. By John Jons, Exeter c. 1570. 8.5×7.5cm. Weight 156 grams.

15

A SET OF SIX FRUIT KNIVES

Estimate 40 - 60

A SET OF SIX FRUIT KNIVES, with tapering handles. Harrison Bros & Howson, Sheffield, 1918. Boxed.

16

A STERLING SILVER NOTE PAD HOLDER

Estimate 40 - 80

A STERLING SILVER NOTE PAD HOLDER. Wooden base, monogrammed RF. 15 x 9.5cm

17

A STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 50 - 100

A STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON, fiddle pattern, Peter & William Bateman, London 1814. Weight 67 grams.

18

A SET OF TWELVE TEA SPOONS AND A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS

Estimate 120 - 200

A SET OF TWELVE TEA SPOONS AND A PAIR OF SUGAR TONGS, with shaped and pierced finials. Martin Hall & Co, Birmingham, 1915. Boxed. Weight 199 grams.

19

A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SET

Estimate 2000 - 4000

A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SET, plain design, pumpkin finish, bark finish handle, monogrammed ‘B’, comprising tea pot, hot water pot, milk jug and sugar basin, gilt interior, Joseph & Albert Savory London 1838. Weight 2,078 grams.

20

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY

Estimate 8000 - 12000

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY, of pagoda form, with Chinoiserie decoration and blossom form finial, with four outset columns entwined with vine leaves, the enclosed panels depicting a lady reading in field, an amphora flower bouquet vase, a women with donkey in arch, and a shield with ‘IP’ stylised monogrammed, raised on four leaf form feet. Maker’s mark: T.P I.M, London 1764. Height 17cm. Length 8cm. Width 6.5cm. Weight 410 grams.

21

A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER SALVER

Estimate 800 - 1200

A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER SALVER, embossed flower borders, Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1913. Weight 1.5 kilograms.

22

A STERLING SILVER FISH SERVICE

Estimate 400 - 600

A STERLING SILVER FISH SERVICE, for twelve, Kings pattern, J.R, Sheffield 1913. Cased.

23

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, set with flowers in the Art Nouveau William Morris type style, possibly by Jacob Berman, London 1864. Weight 154 grams.

24

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with birds and foliate, Charles Boyton (II), London 1875. Weight 131 grams.

25

AN EXTENSIVE SUITE OF STERLING SILVER CUTLERY

Estimate 2000 - 2600

AN EXTENSIVE SUITE OF STERLING SILVER CUTLERY, Rose pattern, comprising twenty main forks, seventeen main knives, sixteen entrée forks and knives, one dessert fork, nine table spoons, three basting spoons, one cake fork, eight tea spoons, one stilton spoon, one butter knife, one sauce ladle, two salt spoons, one jam spoon, one compote fork, twenty-two dessert spoons. Mixed makers. All English hallmarked. (120)

26

A CONDUCTORS BATON

Estimate 1200 - 2000

A CONDUCTORS BATON, Ivory and sterling silver, bearing an inscription: ‘Presented to Herr R Pechotsch by the Orchestra Lyceum Theatre 1907’. JRC London 1901. Length 48.5cm. Presented in original case, damaged.

27

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with fern pattern, Thomas Smily London 1876. Weight 126 grams.

28

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER STANDISH INKWELL

Estimate 400 - 600

AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER STANDISH INKWELL, with pierced gallery later ink pots, glass body and brass lid. William Neale, Chester 1906. Weight 561 grams.

29

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET, engraved ‘Highgate Senior School 1942 Swimming Sports 1st 2 Lengths 1st 8 Lengths 1st House Champion Race G.F.Carnell’. E S Barnsley & Co, Birmingham, 1912. Height 17.5cm. Weight 128 grams.

30

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with engraving possibly by Morris Salkind, London 1921. Weight 91 grams.

31

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CANDELABRA

Estimate 300 - 600

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CANDELABRA, William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1967.

32

A GEORGIAN COMPLETE SILVER CONDIMENT SET

Estimate 800 - 1200

A GEORGIAN COMPLETE SILVER CONDIMENT SET, sterling silver, wood and glass (some damage to the glass). Robert Hennell I & Samuel Hennell, London 1803-1804.

33

A STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT

Estimate 120 - 220

A STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT, octagonal shape raised on tripod feet. Length 18cm. Horace Woodward & Co Ltd London 1909. Weight 218 grams.

34

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TODDY LADLE

Estimate 150 - 300

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TODDY LADLE, with whale bone carved twisted handle, featuring a 1758 Shilling. Circa 1960. Unmarked.

35

A STERLING SILVER FRAME

Estimate 350 - 450

A STERLING SILVER FRAME, monogrammed ‘HH’, William Farmer & Co. 30 Hunter St. Sydney. Height 36cm. Circa 1900.

36

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET, featuring a lion crest and the Tutor rose. Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield 1910. Weight 172 grams.

37

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER MILK JUG

Estimate 120 - 200

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER MILK JUG, John Emes London 1800. Weight 151 grams.

38

A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA SILVER TANKARD

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN BRITANNIA SILVER TANKARD, Charles Stuart Harris, London 1893. Weight 453 grams.

39

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with foliate engraving Edward & John Barnard London 1861. Weight 143 grams.

40

A STERLING SILVER TROPHY

Estimate 450 - 850

A STERLING SILVER TROPHY, engraved ‘ Presented to Mr & Mrs J.E.Newman, on the occasion of their Silver Wedding June 24th 1933…’ Roberts & Dore, Birmingham 1932. Weight 580 grams.

41

A PAIR OF MINIATURE COMPORTS

Estimate 100 - 200

A PAIR OF MINIATURE COMPORTS, with pierced lattice work borders. William Devenport, Birmingham, 1902. Diameter 9cm. Weight 242 grams. Boxed.

42

A SILVER PHOTO FRAME

Estimate 50 - 80

A SILVER PHOTO FRAME, Italian made. 18x14cm.

43

A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER PICKLE FORKS

Estimate 100 - 160

A PAIR OF DUTCH SILVER PICKLE FORKS, twisted design and well etched handle with floral pattern. 835 silver. Circa 1894. Weight 27 grams.

44

A STERLING SILVER COMPORT

Estimate 250 - 450

A STERLING SILVER COMPORT, open gallery, scalloped rim, Sibray, Hall & Co Ltd London 1905. Weight 393 grams.

45

GEOFFREY SNELL

Estimate 200 - 400

GEOFFREY SNELL, “The Startled Yearling”, Sterling silver, limited edition for the British Horse Riding Equestrian Society. Makers mark F.M., London 1977. Height 9cm. Weight 650 grams.

46

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with ribbon and foliate pattern, William Edwards, London 1873. Weight 102 grams.

47

A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER MILK JUG

Estimate 200 - 400

A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER MILK JUG, circular stepped base, Fuller White London 1755. Weight 195 grams.

48

TWO VARIOUS DUTCH SILVER SPOONS

Estimate 120 - 160

TWO VARIOUS DUTCH SILVER SPOONS, the cake slice with openwork from 1855, the second spoon with curved bowl, 1850. (2).

49

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY THAI STERLING SILVER BOX

Estimate 140 - 200

AN EARLY 20th CENTURY THAI STERLING SILVER BOX, the lid well embossed with goddess and foliate, wooden inset interior, bearing a plaque to “Miss Mairi C. Wight, With the Compliments of The Thai Oil Refinery Co. Ltd.”, 11.5 x 11.5cm. Weight all in 276 grams.

50

AN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SUGAR SHOVEL

Estimate 50 - 120

AN ENGLISH STERLING SILVER SUGAR SHOVEL, Old English pattern, W Coulthard Ltd Birmingham 1913. Weight 15 grams.

51

A THAI SILVER OFFERING VESSEL

Estimate 120 - 200

A THAI SILVER OFFERING VESSEL, opening on a circular compartment, 925 silver. Height 24cm. Weight 171 grams.

52

A STERLING SILVER STRAW SET

Estimate 50 - 80

A STERLING SILVER STRAW SET, Japan, each with various finial, in original box.

53

A CONTINENTAL SILVER CANDELABRUM

Estimate 500 - 800

A CONTINENTAL SILVER CANDELABRUM, three branch, gadroon pattern, circular stepped base marked 800. Weighted. Height 40cm.

54

A SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON

Estimate 80 - 120

A SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TEA SPOON, Robert Swan (probably), Edinburgh circa 1790. Weight 10 grams.

55

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A STERLING SILVER GOBLET, fern pattern, C H D, London 1960. Weight 165 grams.

56

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS

Estimate 80 - 120

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS, circular base, double handles. First engraved ‘H.J.S. 1938 Plunge 2nd’ (James Walker Ltd, Birmingham 1937 – 7.5cm) and second engraved ‘H.J.S. Junior Dive 1st’ (James Walker Ltd Birmingham 1936 – 9cm). Weight 73 grams.

57

THREE SILVER SHOT GOBLETS

Estimate 80 - 120

THREE SILVER SHOT GOBLETS, Russian silver. Weight 66 grams.

58

A PAIR OF OPEN SALT

Estimate 100 - 150

A PAIR OF OPEN SALT, with glass blue liner, no spoons, weighted.

59

A STERLING SILVER TAZZA

Estimate 40 - 80

A STERLING SILVER TAZZA, with griffin handles and gilt interior. Diameter 10cm. Weighted.

60

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT

Estimate 1500 - 2500

A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT, wooden handle, hallmarked Stephen Adams II London 1774 on main body. Weight 914 grams.

61

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SWEET MEAT BOWLS

Estimate 120 - 200

A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SWEET MEAT BOWLS, with hexagonal pierced panels. Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1904. Length 18.5cm. Weight 415 grams.

62

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TROPHY

Estimate 80 - 120

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER TROPHY, raised on circular base, double handles, Turner & Simpson Birmingham 1933-1935. Weight 62 grams.

63

FOUR STERLING SILVER PEPPER SHAKERS

Estimate 150 - 250

FOUR STERLING SILVER PEPPER SHAKERS, hexagonal base, William Devenport, Birmingham 1914. Weight 168 grams.

64

A RUSSIAN SILVER BOX

Estimate 120 - 200

A RUSSIAN SILVER BOX, engraved ‘MB’ on lid, shaped top on circular base, ’84’ stamp. Diameter 10cm. Weight 166 grams.

65

FIVE STERLING SILVER DECANTER LABELS

Estimate 50 - 100

FIVE STERLING SILVER DECANTER LABELS, Sherry, Gin, Whiskey, Port, (Bert Gordon, Birmingham 1978) and Bitters (Turner & Simpson, Birmingham 1957). Weight all in 46.6 grams.

66

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SPECIMEN VASES

Estimate 40 - 80

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SPECIMEN VASES, circular base, Josef Zweig, Birmingham 1911. Weight 42 grams. Height 8.5cm

67

AN EDWARD VII STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

AN EDWARD VII STERLING SILVER GOBLET, well embossed rose pattern. George Nathan & Ridley Hayes Chester 1905. Weight 114 grams.

68

AN ANTIQUE DUTCH SILVER SNUFF BOX

Estimate 150 - 250

AN ANTIQUE DUTCH SILVER SNUFF BOX, of unusual shape, with central shield, circa 1844. Weight 21.6 grams.

69

A GROUP OF STERLING SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 200 - 400

A GROUP OF STERLING SILVER ITEMS, including a Georgian salt cellar, an American silver waiter by Wilkens, various salt and pepper pots.

70

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT

Estimate 120 - 200

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MUSTARD POT, blue glass liner, Edward, John & William Barnard, London 1846. Weight all in 223 grams.

71

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, well engraved with foliate and crest. Maker’s mark indistinct, Sheffield 1880. Weight 107 grams.

72

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS

Estimate 80 - 120

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS, the smaller one engraved ‘H.J.S Junior Plunger 1st’ (James Walker Ltd, Birmingham 1936 – 7cm), and ‘H.J.S Junior I. Length 1st’ (James Walker Ltd, Birmingham 1936 – 9cm). Weight 97 grams.

73

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with engraved design, Henry Holland, London 1868. Weight 141 grams.

74

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 100 - 150

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, including a sterling silver miniature candelabrum, silver plated gravy boat and a sterling silver bowl. Weight 82 grams.

75

A PILL BOX

Estimate 40 - 60

A PILL BOX, 925 silver. Weight 14.6 grams.

76

A GERMAN CONTINENTAL SILVER TABLE SPOON

Estimate 40 - 60

A GERMAN CONTINENTAL SILVER TABLE SPOON, with foliate design on handle, 800 silver. Weight 45 grams.

77

A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SUGAR TONGS

Estimate 40 - 60

A PAIR OF WILLIAM IV SUGAR TONGS, indistinct maker, London 1832. Weight 65 grams.

78

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER GENTLEMANS HAIR BRUSHES

Estimate 40 - 80

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER GENTLEMANS HAIR BRUSHES. Length 13cm. Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1916.

79

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER BOTTLE COASTER

Estimate 80 - 120

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER BOTTLE COASTER, pierced and engraved borders, wooden base, monogrammed GMW. London 1795.

80

A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE CAKE FORKS

Estimate 200 - 300

A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE CAKE FORKS, shaped handle, monogrammed. Together with FOUR MATCHING COCKTAIL FORKS and FOUR SPOONS. Weight 287 grams.

81

A GERMAN CONTINENTAL SILVER DISH

Estimate 250 - 350

A GERMAN CONTINENTAL SILVER DISH, the 800 silver bowl with openwork decoration raised on tripod feet, with glass liner. Diameter 15 internal, 20.5cm external. Height 12cm. Weight silver 347 grams.

82

A SET OF SIX COFFEE SPOONS

Estimate 50 - 100

A SET OF SIX COFFEE SPOONS, bean shaped finial, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd Sheffield 1926. Boxed. Weight 32.5 grams.

83

SIX STERLING SILVER COFFEE SPOONS

Estimate 40 - 60

SIX STERLING SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, Hardy Brothers Sheffield 1961. Weight 61.8 grams. Boxed.

84

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with maple leaves design. Makers mark indistinct, London 1877. Weight 91 grams.

85

A SET OF SIX COFFEE SPOONS

Estimate 80 - 120

A SET OF SIX COFFEE SPOONS, with matching sugar tongs, in original box, Francis Howard Ltd, Sheffield 1966. Weight 65 grams.

86

A STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE

Estimate 60 - 120

A STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, floral pattern with 9ct rose gold medallion monogrammed ‘MDM’, dents, Bradley British Overseas Ltd, Birmingham, 1938. Weight 64.7 grams.

87

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 50 - 100

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, a hallmarked sterling silver mustard pot (no liner), 800 spoons, hallmarked 925 napkin rings, 925 hallmarked and tortoise shell jewellery box (damage).

88

A PART STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE DINNER SET

Estimate 1300 - 1600

A PART STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE DINNER SET, scrolls finish handle, monogrammed, comprising ten main and entree forks, twelve dinner knives, four serving spoons. Weight 1,442 grams.

89

A CARVING SET

Estimate 120 - 250

A CARVING SET, sterling silver handles and stainless steel blades. Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co Ltd, London 1912.

90

A STERLING SILVER CIGARION CASE

Estimate 120 - 200

A STERLING SILVER CIGARION CASE, cedar wood inlay, engraved ‘From The Captain and Officers H.M.S. Puma 29th July 1967’; Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1966. Weight 247 grams.

91

A TOWLE STERLING SILVER GRADUATED CUP

Estimate 100 - 160

A TOWLE STERLING SILVER GRADUATED CUP, engraved ‘To the world’s greatest cook’, from 1/4-1cup. Weight 80.4 grams.

92

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SUGAR TONGS

Estimate 40 - 60

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SUGAR TONGS, David McDonald Glasgow 1824. Weight 44 grams.

93

A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE COCKTAIL FORKS

Estimate 120 - 200

A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER PAUL REVERE REPRODUCTION BY TOWLE COCKTAIL FORKS, scrolls and leaf handle, monogrammed. Together with FOUR MATCHING RAMEKIN FORKS. Weight 139 grams.

94

A STERLING SILVER TRINKET BOX

Estimate 100 - 160

A STERLING SILVER TRINKET BOX, circular shaped. Diameter 9cm. Weight 140 grams.

95

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CARD CASE

Estimate 100 - 200

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CARD CASE, with light engraving of flower all over, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham, 1899. Weight 57.9 grams.

96

TWELVE PERUVIAN 925 SILVER TEA SPOONS

Estimate 100 - 200

TWELVE PERUVIAN 925 SILVER TEA SPOONS, together with a matching brandy ladle. Weight 208 grams.

97

A PAIR OF PEPPER SHAKERS

Estimate 30 - 60

A PAIR OF PEPPER SHAKERS, circular shaped. Sydney & Co Birmingham 1910. Weight 22 grams.

98

A SOVEREIGN CASE

Estimate 30 - 60

A SOVEREIGN CASE, sterling silver, hallmarked. Weight all in 18.5 grams.

99

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with fern pattern, Chawner & Co London 1874. Weight 128 grams.

100

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET

Estimate 120 - 300

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GOBLET, with ribbons and foliate pattern, Chawner & Co, London 1887. Weight 147 grams.

101

A STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK

Estimate 80 - 120

A STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK, Viner’s Ltd, Sheffield 1960. Weight 53 grams.

102

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER FLASH CUT SUGAR TONGS

Estimate 40 - 80

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER FLASH CUT SUGAR TONGS, Hester Bateman, London circa 1780. Weight 31 grams.

103

A STERLING SILVER FRUIT FORK

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER FRUIT FORK, engraved ‘Helen’ on handle, Martin Hall & Co Ltd Sheffield 1919. Weight 29 grams.

104

THREE STERLING SILVER PIN DISHES

Estimate 50 - 100

THREE STERLING SILVER PIN DISHES, circular shaped. Together with two others matching. Diameters 8cm and 7.5cm. Weight 117.7 grams.

105

TWO STERLING SILVER CLIPS

Estimate 40 - 60

TWO STERLING SILVER CLIPS, monogrammed ‘S’ and ‘I’, by Birks. Weight 19.9 grams.

106

AN OFFICE BLOTTER

Estimate 40 - 60

AN OFFICE BLOTTER, wood and sterling silver top, Birmingham 1936.

107

TWO RUSSIAN SILVER GOBLETS

Estimate 80 - 120

TWO RUSSIAN SILVER GOBLETS, 875 silver and 84 standard silver. Weight 81 grams.

108

A 925 SILVER VESTA CASE

Estimate 45 - 80

A 925 SILVER VESTA CASE, depicting a golfer. Weight 13.9 grams.

109

A STERLING SILVER TROPHY

Estimate 60 - 80

A STERLING SILVER TROPHY, raised on circular base, double handles, engraved ‘Highgate Junior School…1st’. Charles Boyton & Son Ltd London 1938. Weight 52 grams. Height 11.5cm

110

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 100 - 200

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, a double ended perfume bottle, a perfume bottle and two trinket boxes.

111

A SILVER LETTRE OPENENER

Estimate 40 - 60

A SILVER LETTRE OPENENER, with flower design. Weight 66.4 grams.

112

FOUR STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS

Estimate 40 - 80

FOUR STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, all hallmarked. Weight 71 grams.

113

A STERLING SILVER COTTON CONTAINER

Estimate 40 - 60

A STERLING SILVER COTTON CONTAINER, glass body. Birmingham 1910.

114

A STERLING SILVER SALT DISH AND A MUSTARD DISH

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER SALT DISH AND A MUSTARD DISH, with blue glass liners. Together with FIVE BLUE GLASS LINERS. Hardy Brothers Birmingham 1918. Weight 76.9 grams.

115

SIX STERLING SILVER OYSTER FORKS

Estimate 50 - 100

SIX STERLING SILVER OYSTER FORKS. Weight 104 grams.

116

AN ANTIQUE FRENCH SILVER PLATED JEWELLERY CASKET

Estimate 100 - 200

AN ANTIQUE FRENCH SILVER PLATED JEWELLERY CASKET, raised on four feet, depicting cherubs playing on a goat.

117

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED VESTA CASE

Estimate 80 - 120

A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED VESTA CASE, depicting the 13th Duke of Swinburne, by J.A. Harrington Bird.

118

THREE SILVER AND COIN PIN DISHES

Estimate 150 - 250

THREE SILVER AND COIN PIN DISHES, Asian coins. Together with a pair of dragon Asian silver pin dishes and a tripod Arabic silver open salt. Weight all in 256 grams.

119

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS

Estimate 40 - 80

A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, in original box. Weight 24.5 grams.

120

TWO STERLING SILVER WHISKY LABELS

Estimate 60 - 80

TWO STERLING SILVER WHISKY LABELS, hallmarked London 1976. Weight 15 grams.

121

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 40 - 60

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, a thimble, a crochet and a pin dish.

122

TWO STERLING SILVER PIN DISHES

Estimate 50 - 80

TWO STERLING SILVER PIN DISHES, with openwork sides, scroll designs. James Dixon & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1909and Adie & Lovekin Ltd, Birmingham 1911. Weight all in 47 grams.

123

FOUR STERLING SILVER COFFEE SPOONS

Estimate 25 - 60

FOUR STERLING SILVER COFFEE SPOONS, gadrooned borders. Cooper Bros. & Sons, Sheffield, 1918. Weight 51 grams.

124

A SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS

Estimate 40 - 60

A SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER TEA SPOONS, only five in box, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1945. (5) Weight 49 grams.

125

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS

Estimate 120 - 160

TWO STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUPS, one engraved ‘H.J.S 1938 Dive 1st’ (James Walker Ltd, Birmingham 1937 – 9cm), and ‘Highgate Junior School Senior Dive 1st’ (Jay, Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, Chester 1934 – 10cm). Weight 141 grams.

126

A STERLING SILVER MEDAL

Estimate 50 - 100

A STERLING SILVER MEDAL, enhanced with gold finish, ‘Presented to…E.C.Robinson…1962-63’.

127

TWO SILVER PILL BOXES

Estimate 40 - 80

TWO SILVER PILL BOXES, round 800 silver and square 925 silver. Weight all in 31.9 grams.

128

A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLE STICKS

Estimate 40 - 80

A PAIR OF SILVER CANDLE STICKS, circular shaped, weighted. Sanders & Mackenzie Birmingham 1948.

129

A STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RING

Estimate 30 - 60

A STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RING, circa 1930. Weight 19.4 grams.

130

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CHEESE SPOON

Estimate 80 - 120

A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CHEESE SPOON, Peter & William Bateman, London 1790.

131

A SPOON AND OYSTER FORK

Estimate 50 - 80

A SPOON AND OYSTER FORK, sterling silver with ivory handle, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1918.

132

A MALAYSIAN SILVER MUG

Estimate 120 - 160

A MALAYSIAN SILVER MUG, depicting Malaysian repousse figures, horn handle, weighted base. The Singapore mug (signed KLN A&C,) surmounted with a glass and silver compartment/lid stamped King David 925.

133

FIVE VARIOUS STERLING SILVER TEA AND CONDIMENTS SPOONS AND TWO PAIRS OF SUGAR TONGS

Estimate 50 - 120

FIVE VARIOUS STERLING SILVER TEA AND CONDIMENTS SPOONS AND TWO PAIRS OF SUGAR TONGS, mostly English silver. Weight 108 grams.

134

A SET OF TEN ASAIN SILVER NAME CARD HOLDERS

Estimate 40 - 80

A SET OF TEN ASAIN SILVER NAME CARD HOLDERS, weighted.

135

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS

Estimate 30 - 60

A GROUP OF SILVER ITEMS, spoons, miniature hand mirror, spoons….

136

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CRUMB BRUSH

Estimate 90 - 120

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CRUMB BRUSH, the loop handle well decorated with scrolls and flowers. Henry Matthews, Birmingham, 1902.

137

A CZECH SILVER SANDWICH TRAY

Estimate 200 - 400

A CZECH SILVER SANDWICH TRAY, 800 silver, scalloped rim. 38 x 17.5cm. Weight 474 grams.

138

A LARGE CRYSTAL PERFUME BOTTLE

Estimate 60 - 80

A LARGE CRYSTAL PERFUME BOTTLE, raised on circular foot, no stopper, sterling silver screw lid (London 1929). Height 17cm.

139

A CONDIMENT SET

Estimate 120 - 160

A CONDIMENT SET, comprising two pepper shakers, two mustard pots (with glass liners), two open salts (one only with glass liner), sterling silver from Hong Kong. Weight 133 grams.

140

A PAIR OF STELRING SILVER SALT POTS

Estimate 50 - 100

A PAIR OF STELRING SILVER SALT POTS, shaped as bins, double handles. Weight 53 grams.

141

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER PILL BOX

Estimate 30 - 60

AN EGYPTIAN SILVER PILL BOX, circular, well decorated. Diameter 3cm. Weight 22.1 grams.

142

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING DISH

Estimate 60 - 120

A STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING DISH, scalloped rim, engraved Lorna Charlotte … Adam L. Biggs’, Mappin & Webb Ltd, Sheffield, 2001. Weight 86.6 grams.

143

AN ADDRESS BOOK

Estimate 20 - 30

AN ADDRESS BOOK, with sterling silver front cover depicting angels. RBB London 1989.

144

AN ASIAN SILVER TEA STRAINER

Estimate 60 - 120

AN ASIAN SILVER TEA STRAINER, with shell handle finial, the dripping bowl mounted on tripod paw feet. Weight 76 grams.

145

A PAIR OF PEPPER SHAKERS

Estimate 30 - 60

A PAIR OF PEPPER SHAKERS, circular stepped base. Birmingham, 1908. Weight 20 grams.

146

THREE STERLING SILVER VARIOUS PIN DISHES

Estimate 120 - 200

THREE STERLING SILVER VARIOUS PIN DISHES, a circular Art Nouveau design one (Rotherham & Sons, Birmingham, 1905), oval and swirls (Walker & Hall, Sheffield, 1902) and a flower shaped pin dish (Hardy Brothers, Birmingham, 1915). Length 19cm. Diameter 9cm. Weight 165 grams.

147

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN

Estimate 80 - 160

A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN, well embossed, George Nathan & Ridley Hayes, Chester, 1897. Weight 76.4grams.

148

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SUGAR BASINS

Estimate 120 - 160

A PAIR OF VICTORIAN SUGAR BASINS, scroll feet, embossed with grotesque and foliate designs, Birmingham 1891. Weight 158grams.

149

A PICTURE FRAME

Estimate 40 - 80

A PICTURE FRAME, sterling silver and wood. Green & Cadbury Ltd Birmingham 1942. Height 16cm.

150

AN ART NOUVEAU PICTURE FRAME

Estimate 50 - 100

AN ART NOUVEAU PICTURE FRAME, sterling silver and wood. William Vale & Sons Birmingham, 1910. Height 23.5cm.

151

A STERLING SILVER COMPORT

Estimate 400 - 600

A STERLING SILVER COMPORT, well decorated with stars, openwork finish, James Deakin & Sons, Sheffield, 1928. Weight 438grams.

152

THREE BOUDOIR ITEMS

Estimate 60 - 120

THREE BOUDOIR ITEMS, a hair brush, a perfume bottle and a trinket box, all enhanced with sterling silver. Various makers. 20th century.

153

AN 800 SILVER POWDER BOX

Estimate 60 - 120

AN 800 SILVER POWDER BOX, well decorated with foliate. Diameter 9cm.

154

A CONTINENTAL SILVER DISH

Estimate 200 - 400

A CONTINENTAL SILVER DISH, decorated with flowers and foliate. Circa 1950. Unstamped, tested. Weight 479grams. Length 26.5cm

155

A STERLING SILVER FIGURE

Estimate 20 - 40

A STERLING SILVER FIGURE, in the shape of two sparrow kissing, silver layer/frame.

156

A STERLING SILVER CARD CASE

Estimate 45 - 80

A STERLING SILVER CARD CASE, inscribed ‘JetAir’. Weight 65.1grams.